Re: [Fis] Cho 2016 The social life of quarks

2016-01-16 Thread HowlBloom
re: quarks the big question for FIS is this: do quarks communicate? and can their communications be called informational? are quarks more than just the first bits of matter in the cosmos? are they also the first socializers? the first team-makers? with oomph--howard

Re: [Fis] Cho 2016 The social life of quarks

2016-01-16 Thread Bob Logan
Stan et al - you honour me by asking the question. We know that matter (and here I do not include dark matter or dark energy) is made up of a small number of quarks and gluons. As we go higher and higher energy we will continue to create these "freaks of nature" freaks in the sense that we

Re: [Fis] Cho 2016 The social life of quarks

2016-01-16 Thread Moisés André Nisenbaum
Hi, Bob. I like very much your analogies and metaphors. This is a characteristic of interdisciplinary scholars :-) Rainer Bromme wrote a very intersting chapter in "Practice Interdisciplinarity" book about the psychology cognitive of Interdisciplinarity. And I agree when he say "The discourse of